Stormy - the newest addition to Chilly Pepper

Meet Stormy - a mustang baby born April 17th. When Chilly Pepper picked him up, he was cold, wet and had not eaten. They got him dry and warm and started feeding him Colostrum as soon as they could. Stormy's mama didn't want anything to do with him so his chances were slim. A visit to the vet revealed a bad case of pneumonia, followed by severe colds/congestion and a very sensitive stomach which causes problems on the other end. Palomino and Matt are working with the vet to try different solutions in an effort to find something that will work. Apparently, sleeping with his own teddy bear is good therapy!

Chilly Pepper gets some good press

Our "boots on the ground" advocates do amazing work and finally get some press - thank you Matt and Palomino for all you do to save our wild ones - you are amazing! Read the full story in from the East Valley Times here.

Victory for the Wildhorses

Wild horse advocates have scored a victory in Nevada in an ongoing legal battle with rural interests who they say want to round up federally protected mustangs across the West and sell them for slaughter. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco denied an appeal on Monday by the Nevada Association of Counties and Nevada Farm Bureau Federation.Ranchers in Nevada say the badly overpopulated horse herds are damaging the range and robbing their livestock of forage.The appellate court’s decision upholds an earlier ruling by a federal judge in Reno who dismissed their lawsuit demanding the U.S. Bureau of Land Management expedite widespread roundups across Nevada.The 10th Circuit Cour

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